Five years after the Tubbs fire, local agencies are equipped for the future

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Saturday marks five years since the Tubbs firestorm swept through Sonoma and Napa counties, destroying more than six thousand homes and killing 22 people, mostly in Santa Rosa. At the time, it was the most destructive fire in California history.

This week, KCBS Radio is looking at what changes have been made to better prepare the region for wildfire.

For this segment, KCBS Radio's Jeffrey Schaub took a flight aboard the Sonoma County Fire District's first-ever rescue and firefighting helicopter.

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